The Peacemaker of the Year Award
Recognising the young person aged 16-25 who has made a significant contribution to bringing restoration, peace and healing between people from different community groups. To nominate for this category click here
The Award is a mentoring and a work placement.
(Sponsored by Khulisa)
The Young Victim Support Award
For the young person aged 16-25 that has done something exemplary to help a victim of crime overcome the stress and trauma they have suffered. To nominate for this category click here
The Award is a work placement.
(Sponsored by Victim Support)
The 99% Campaign Young Journalist Award
For the young person aged 16-25 that has shown high quality journalistic endeavour on the 99% Campaign blog. To nominate for this Award just visit our 99% Campaign blog and simply like or comment on your favourite article.
The Award is an internship at IARS.
(Sponsored by IARS)
The Youth Research Project Award
For the project that has produced new research on an area of youth policy or an issue affecting young people, which has made a significant contribution to IARS’ vision for a society in which everyone is given a chance to actively participate in social problem-solving. The nominated project can be based anywhere in the EU. To nominate for this category click here
As part of the Department of History's AHRC funded subcultures project, the winner will receive mentoring and support to get their work published in an academic journal. There may also be a chance to present the project at a symposium in August.
(Sponsored by University of Reading)
The Community Leader Award
For the young person aged 16-25 who has shown true leadership by helping and inspiring others to contribute to their community and deliver IARS’ vision.To nominate for this category click here
The Award consists of six one hour life coaching sessions. By completing the six sessions and taking action/reflective learning in between the sessions the winner will also be presented with a Development Award certificate in Coaching, awarded from the Institute of Leadership and Management.
(Sponsored by Raise Your Game)
Innovative Cross-Sector Partnership
For a cross sector partnership between organisations that have worked together in an innovative way to tackle a problem faced by young people. The nominated partnership can include: voluntary sector organsations, education institutions, public sector bodies and private sector organisations. The nominated partnership can be based anywhere in the EU. To nominate for this category click here
The winning project will be promoted as an example of best practice by NCVYS, through their networks, mailouts, social networks and publications.
(Sponsored by NCVYS)